Marketing data is appended to any email notification for a form submission or online order confirmation email and can be used to gain insight into what marketing source, campaign or keyword is responsible for bringing the user to your website and then filled in a form or completed an online order.
Customers appreciate seeing what marketing generated each individual form submission or online order emails. In addition to appending marketing data to emails, we include reporting and lead management where we capture and store all leads so you can view, sort and manage them.
Sample of data appended to email submissions:
Report Summary Sample:
Within WordPress we offer lead reporting by marketing source and keywords.
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